What are the Symptoms of Tuberculosis?
A person infected with TB is usually symptom free. Once the infection flares into disease the patient has symptoms like-
- Cough for 3-weeks or more. Coughing up of sputum and/or blood.
- Evening rise of temperature
- Night sweats
- Loss of appetite
- Weight loss
- Chest pain
- Difficulty in breathing
- Shortness of breath
If the infection spreads to other organs, the symptoms depend upon the organs involved.